An advanced ThermalFSI approach to flow heating/cooling
Abstract
Actually, twoway thermalenergy exchange between working fluid and solid material of a casing is a leading problem for modern  semi automatic  design techniques. Many questions should be solved, especially, the turbulent mode of thermal energy transport both in fluid and solid, should be reexamined and reformulated from the primary principles. In the present paper, a group of researchers from Energy Conversion Department of IMP PAN at Gdańsk, tries to summarise a last threeyears efforts towards to mathematical modelling of advanced models of thermal energy transport. This extremely difficult problem in "thermalFSI" ("Fluid Solid Interaction") means that the both for solid and fluid mathematical model of a surface layer should be selfequilibrated and selfconcise. Taking these requirements into account, an advanced ReynoldsStanton analogy has been discussed and implemented. Some numerical examples concerning of the benchmarks experiments and industrial applications have also been developed and presented.
 Publication:

Journal of Physics Conference Series
 Pub Date:
 August 2014
 DOI:
 10.1088/17426596/530/1/012039
 Bibcode:
 2014JPhCS.530a2039B